Stormchasers capture amazing images of Mothership Supercell storm forming over Nebraska – a day after witnessing terrifying scene in Wyoming
- Giant supercell thunderstorm terrified residents as it made its way across the High Plains in Nebraska
- Incredible shots were taken just a day after a team of photographers captured footage of supercell in Wyoming
- Supercells are responsible for nearly all significant tornadoes in the U.S. and can produce winds of up 100mph
The awesome power of nature was on full display as stormchasers captured these amazing images of a mothership supercell storm forming over Nebraska.
The giant thunderstorm terrified residents as it made it way across the High Plains in Nebraska, looking like a scene from a Hollywood disaster movie.
But the awesome phenomenon has a very real danger, as they are responsible for nearly all of the significant tornadoes in the U.S.
These incredible shots were taken just a day after a team of tornado photographers captured stunning footage of a spinning supercell in the sky of east Wyoming.
Supercells often occur when winds are turning clockwise with height, producing a storm-scale rotation.
They are known to produce extreme winds, with speeds over 100mph, and flash foods.
Windswept dust and rain dominate the storm’s centre while rings of jagged clouds surround the edge.
Awesome power: A mothership supercell terrified residents as it made its way across the High Plains in Nebraska
Phenomenon: Appearing out of the sky like something from another world, the giant thunderstorm showed the full power of nature when it appeared in Nebraska
Show of strength: Nature’s full display of might was on show as stormchasers managed to capture these incredible images
Terrifying: The giant thunderstorm appears as if it could swallow this car whole as it was captured while travelling across the High Plains
Impressive: Stormchasers captured these amazing images just a day after stunning footage was taken of a spinning supercell in the sky of east Wyoming
Danger: Supercell thunderstorms have a very real danger, as they are responsible for nearly all of the significant tornadoes in the U.S
Magical: With its purple skies and flashes of lightning, the supercell put on a magical display for the daring stormchasers
Extreme weather: Supercells are known to produce extreme winds, with speeds over 100mph, and flash foods
Brave: Despite the storm clouds gathering in the distance, a brave cyclist refuses to be put off from his journey